Saturday, February 24, 2007

American sushi chefs

Sushi is getting so popular in the United States that Japan can no longer meet the demand for qualified itamae (sushi chefs). Consequently, restaurants are turning to sushi chefs who, although trained here, come originally from anywhere from Vietman to El Salvador.


The article also features a colorful, mouth-watering sushi slideshow.



Sushi chefs aren't just from Japan anymore.


—Mellow Monk


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